Synonyms for foliosa or Related words with foliosa

sessiliflora              connata              peduncularis              breviflora              ciliatum              berteroana              hirtella              tenuifolium              cuneifolia              bracteata              anomalum              rzedowskii              stricta              spathulata              labill              laxiflora              glabrescens              oblongifolia              subulata              bolanderi              hookeri              congesta              oreophila              uliginosa              cymosa              lanceolatum              mucronata              vestita              brevifolium              corymbosa              deflexa              laxum              spinescens              floribundum              campanulata              wahlenbergia              atropurpurea              jaliscana              parvifolium              caespitosum              macrantha              ramulosa              multifida              pinifolia              auriculatum              pauciflora              chamaesyce              caespitosa              flexuosum              auriculata             

Examples of "foliosa"
There is only one known species, Marticorenia foliosa, endemic to Chile.
Eucalyptus foliosa is a eucalypt that is native to Western Australia.
Knipholone is a chemical compound found in the roots of "Kniphofia foliosa" of the family Asphodelaceae.
The variety "B. foliosa" var. "miniata" has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
Symphlebia foliosa is a moth in the Arctiidae family. It is found in Bolivia.
Helenalin is a sesquiterpene lactone found in "Arnica montana" and "Arnica chamissonis foliosa".
Calamagrostis foliosa is a species of grass known by the common name leafy reedgrass.
Scleria foliosa is a plant in the family Cyperaceae. It grows as an annual or perennial.
Tillandsia foliosa is a species in the genus "Tillandsia". This species is endemic to Mexico.
Larvae have been collected from shafts associated with tussocks on "Poa foliosa".
Gustavia foliosa is a species of woody plant in the Lecythidaceae family. It is found in Colombia and Ecuador.
Later authors agreed with this assessment, including Brian Mathew (The Iris,1981) and Clive Innes (The World of Iridaceae). But 'Iris foliosa' was used in the 1939 Checklist and 'Index Kewensis'. But most authors have agreed that Iris foliosa is a synonym.
Utricularia foliosa, the leafy bladderwort, is a large suspended aquatic carnivorous plant that belongs to the genus "Utricularia" (family Lentibulariaceae). It is probably a perennial plant. "U. foliosa" is native to Africa and North and South America, widely distributed among many countries.
Gentianella foliosa is a species of plant in the family Gentianaceae. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland.
"Campanula foliosa" is a perennial plant that grows in subalpine meadows and forests. In Rugova, this plant can be found in Neqinat.
"Calamagrostis foliosa" is perennial bunchgrass, producing a tuft of stems 30 to 60 centimeters tall. The leaves are mostly located about the base of the stems.
Archisopha is a genus of moth in the family Cosmopterigidae. It contains only one species, Archisopha foliosa, which is found in Sri Lanka.
Poa foliosa is a species of tussock grass commonly known as muttonbird poa. It is native to the subantarctic islands of New Zealand and Australia.
Begonia foliosa is a species of flowering plant in the family Begoniaceae, native to Colombia and Venezuela. It is a shrublike begonia growing to , bearing succulent, pendent stems long, thickly clothed with glossy oval green leaves, and producing panicles of small white flowers. The variety commonly cultivated is "B. foliosa" var. "miniata" with pink or red flowers. As it does not tolerate temperatures below , in temperate regions it requires winter protection.
Michael Foster was the first botanist and author to realise that Iris brevicaulis Raf. had the same description as "Iris foliosa" MacKenzie & Bush (published in Trans. Acad. Sci. St. Louis 12: 80-81. in 1902).